Continuing the brand’s success in Brazil, Jeep® has announced the arrival of the 2023 Jeep Compass (M1) and Commander (H1). The SUVs, both of which have already been a sales success for the American adventure brand, are leaders in their categories in the Brazilian market. So for 2023, Jeep has announced that both models will come with new standard equipment features that provide more safety, comfort and technology.
Jeep® Healthy Cabin –
Both models will also get a new “Jeep Healthy Cabin” feature, which includes a technology that removes particles of pollutants from the air, eliminating up to 83% of them.
Developed by Stellanti’s engineering team, Jeep Healthy Cabin is a global technology focused on cabin disinfection, as it works with an air filter built in N95, the well-known material used in protective masks that has become more popular. during the pandemic. All this without affecting the good performance of the air circulation.
The filter is so effective that it also works in recirculation, that is, it works both internally and externally. Unlike a conventional air filter, Jeep one has three layers and also bioprotection, which helps fight the spread of bacteria, fungi and viruses.
2023 Jeep Compass (M1) Changes –
From new lighting to in-vehicle Alexa capabilities, the Brazilian market 2023 Jeep Compass has changes for all trim levels with both standard and optional features. The country’s best-selling midsize SUV already has an extensive list of standard items, but it’s about to get better.
In addition to the Jeep Healthy Cabin feature, all trims leave the factory with new white light interior lighting and a USB Type-C port in the rear of the vehicle for faster charging, symmetrical input, and is the new standard for electronic devices.
Compass also introduces Alexa in-vehicle connectivity, a function where it is possible to access all Alexa functions directly from the car, without having to use the mobile phone. This functionality is offered as standard on the S version and as an option on the Trailhawk version.
Compass Sport models, on the other hand, will get a digital and configurable 7-inch digital gauge cluster and LED daytime running lights (DRL) to standardize it with the rest of the range. The Longitude now comes with automatic folding mirrors as standard equipment and offers a new “Premium Pack”, which includes a wireless phone charger, premium Beats sound system, Park Assist front sensors and remote start.
2023 Jeep Commander (H1) Changes –
New to the Commander Overland is a set of 19-inch Pirelli tires, equipped with the new SEAL INSIDE™ technology. According to Pirelli, it is a convenient solution that seals the tire internally, allowing the vehicle to continue driving even with perforations of up to 5 mm (0.2 inches) placed in the tread and without losing pressure.
Following in the footsteps of the Compass, the Commander will also get a USB Type-C port, in addition to the traditional USB drive in the second row of the vehicle, as well as Jeep Healthy Cabin standard on all trims.
As for the exterior, the Commander offers six exterior colors (Polar White, Granite Crystal, Billet Silver, Jazz Blue, Carbon Black and an exclusive Slash Gold. On the Overland, in addition to the black-painted roof, the lower moldings are in the vehicle’s exterior color. Three interior color options will be available for 2023, Black Leather and Seude for Limited, and a choice of Brown Leather and Suede (standard) or Gray Leather (optional) on the Overland.
Commander will continue to offer the latest in safety and connectivity with a customizable 10.25-inch digital gauge cluster and a 10.1-inch Uconnect 5 HD touchscreen with navigation and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity.